US Pulls Away in 2nd Half to Rout Tunisia 92-57

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Eric Gordon scored 21 points and the United States pulled away after a sluggish first half to beat Tunisia 92-57 on Thursday in its final game of pool play at the world championship.

With nothing to play for, the Americans sleepwalked through most
of the early start, leading the winless team by only four points early in the third quarter before turning it into a rout over the final 15 minutes.

Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook each scored 14 points for the U.S. team and Stephen Curry had 13.

The top seed from Group B, the United States is 5-0 was awaits the loser of the Australia-Angola matchup. The Americans will play the No. 4 seed from Group A on Monday.


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